Although many Patriots fans are still trying to process just what went wrong during the teams stunning 34-33 “Miracle In Miami” loss Sunday, the quarterback has already moved onto the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Speaking on WEEI radio’s Mut and Callahan morning show Monday,
quarterback Tom Brady doesn’t believe Sunday’s last-second defeat will effect the team the remainder of the season.
“We’ve had a lot of tough losses over the years,” Brady said. “We’ve lost some pretty important games. What’s the difference of losing by 14 (points) down there or losing by 50 or losing by one. They all count the same, and mental toughness is mental toughness. You’ve just got to realize that lots of things had to go right for them to win, and they did. Give them credit. They made some important plays. We’ve got a lot of football to play. There were a lot of positives from yesterday’s game that we’ve got to use going forward, and will use going forward. Our whole season is ahead of us. Let’s make the most of it.”
On Instagram Monday night, Brady shared a photograph of himself and teammate Julian Edelman and an accompanying caption that read “We Keep Going!!! Next!!!”
Posted Under: 2018 Patriots Regular Season
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